Bush in Cincy - Noose Tightening
George W. Bush was in Cincinnati yesterday, the third time since March. This is a good sign for Democrats.
Greater Cincinnati is the hardest of hard core Republican areas in Ohio. It makes sense for Republican candidates to go there late in the election, to rally the base and get them out to vote. If GW is going there nearly once a month at this point in the campaign, it means hard core Republicans still need presuading...which is not where Karl Rove would like to be at this point, I am quite certain of that.
It also means that the places where GW can go in Ohio and get a warm enough welcome are dwindling. Where GW needs to go is a place like Stark County, the national media's darling bellweather county. Unfortunately, with plants closing there once a month, I'm guessing Canton isn't on the White House itinerary.